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KM Football Podcast 38 - Cody McDonald

ByMatthew Panting

This week's podcast is sure to bring back happy memories for Gillingham supporters.

Cody McDonald spent more than five years with the Gills and scored plenty of great goals.

He explains what it takes to be a successful striker and reveals why Priestfield was the place where he played his best football.

McDonald played alongside Olly Murs during his early years in Essex football before a short yet prolific spell at Dartford.

He tells the story of his deadline day move to Norwich City, what Paul Lambert was like to work for and the intensity of playing in an East Anglia derby.

Find out why he found life at Coventry difficult and listen as McDonald waxes lyrical about playing alongside Adebayo Akinfenwa and Danny Kedwell at the Gills.

Ebbsfleet fans keen for a progress report on his knee injury won't be disappointed as McDonald opens up on his operation and future plans.

If you've missed any of our previous episodes, or want to listen again, the links are below:

25/6/19 - Neil Smith

18/6/19 - Neil Cugley

4/6/19 - Francis Duku

29/5/19 - Matt Godden

21/5/19 - Nathan Elder

14/5/19 - Steve Watt

6/5/19 - Elliot Bradbrook

30/4/19 - Craig Stone

22/4/19 - Jamie Day

16/4/19 - Andy Hessenthaler

9/4/19 - Jay Saunders

2/4/19 - Andy Drury

26/3/10 - Steve McKimm

19/3/19 - Steve Brown

11/3/19 - FA Vase special

4/3/19 - Andy Pugh

27/2/19 - Stuart Lewis

19/2/19 - Tommy Warrilow

5/2/19 - Tony Burman

29/1/19 - Nicky Southall

23/1/19 - Frannie Collin

15/1/19 - Danny Kedwell

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